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Conducting Relevant Research through Networked Improvement Communities

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Time: 3:30–4:30 p.m. Central Time

Location: Virtual

Description:

This webinar addresses how researchers and practitioners can form networked improvement communities (NICs) to study high-priority questions about education practice. Presenters will provide an overview of continuous improvement research, including the NIC structure, and Plan-Do-Study-Act rapid research cycles. School-based practitioners will discuss their experience participating in the Iowa Learning and Technology NIC, which focuses on effectively using technology in the classroom, specifically for rural schools.

Partnership: Iowa Learning and Technology Networked Improvement Community

Speakers:

  • Amy Feygin, Ph.D., REL Midwest
  • Marshal Conley, REL Midwest
  • Joanna Seymour, Technology Integrationist, Dike-New Hartford Schools

If you cannot attend the webinar in person, register here to receive the archived recording.

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